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Leaders behind some ofthe world’s most successfulcompanies know that inorder to build great productsor companies they have todeliberately choose areas inwhich to be weak.—Maseena Ziegler
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Leaders behind some of the world’s most successful companies know that in order to build great products or companies they have to deliberately choose areas in which to be weak.
—Maseena Ziegler

I think the Maker Movement will change the world because when you have lots of people thinking of new ideas or inventions and sharing their work and results, we could solve really big issues faster!
—Super Awesome Sylvia

Choosing your technology because of cost makes sense. The problem is, most school leaders are NOT choosing cost.
—Miguel Guhlin

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People have argued that somedevices should find no home inpublic schools. I would argue thatall devices might find their placein public schools because ourchoice of tools should reflect thewide diversity of people and needsin society.—Miguel Guhlin, CIO Advisor

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The ubiquity of digital technologyin all realms of life isn’t goingaway, but if students don’t learnhow to shut out distractions,research shows they’ll have amuch harder time succeeding inalmost every area.—Katrina Schwartz

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Should the companies whoprovide resources to schools anddistricts partner with them toprovide connections and support?—Lisa Nielsen

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Leaders instill trust in those thatwork for them. They get thingsdone when they say they’re goingto. There isn’t really a “backburner” to put things on.—Kyle Pace

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Nearly every other industry hasbeen changed beyond recognitionby the invention of computers.

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Because the 21st century worldis a much smaller place, ourstudents need to be able to “act”using their digital and mediaskills.—J Robinson

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A hustly-bustly learning space is abeautiful thing, but when I put myselfin the shoes of that student, I could tellit might become distracting at times.—Matt Ives

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I do not think that all physicalschool buildings will disappear,but I do believe forces beyondour control will force educationto adapt its education model orwither from competition.—Gary Shattuck